Sennheiser SKM 500 G4 Wireless Handheld Transmitter, No Capsule AW+ (470 to 558 MHz)

Sennheiser SKM 500 G4 Wireless Handheld Transmitter, No Capsule AW+ (470 to 558 MHz)

Sennheiser SKM 500 G4 Wireless Handheld Transmitter, No Capsule AW+ (470 to 558 MHz)

B&H # SESKM500G4AW MFR # SKM 500 G4-AW+
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Product Highlights

  • Wireless Infrared Synchronization
  • Up to 32 Compatible Channels
  • 3520 Selectable Frequencies
  • 88 MHz Bandwidth
  • High RF Output Up to 50mW
  • Requires a Microphone Capsule
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Sennheiser SKM 500 G4 overview

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The SKM 500 G4 Wireless Handheld Transmitter, No Capsule from Sennheiser is the latest addition to their evolution series of wireless transmitters. It operates in the UHF frequency range and can be used with a companion receiver and microphone capsule (sold separately) as part of a wireless RF transmission system for live stage, theater, and presentation applications.

It features 3520 frequencies that are tunable in 25 MHz steps and equipped with 20 fixed frequency banks with up to 32 compatible frequency presets, and 6 user banks with up to 32 user-programmable frequencies. The transmitter's menu-driven backlit LCD display shows the current frequency, frequency bank and channel number, metering of AF level, transmission status, muting function, battery status, and more.

Furthermore, the SKM 500 G4 handheld transmitter's frequency response ranges from 80 Hz to 18 kHz and power is supplied by two 1.5V AA size batteries, or by one Sennheiser's BA 2015 rechargeable accupack. Also, an e 935, e 945, or e 965 microphone capsule is required (sold separately).

Easy and flexible wireless synchronization between transmitter and receiver via infrared
Up to 32 compatible channels
Up to 88 MHz bandwidth with 3520 selectable frequencies, fully tunable in a stable UHF range
Ethernet connection for Wireless Systems Manager (WSM) control software for advanced frequency coordination in multi-channel setups
High RF output power (up to 50mW, adjustable in three steps 10/30/50) depending on country regulations
Requires an e 935, e 945, or e 965 microphone capsule (sold separately)
UPC: 615104316201
In the Box
Sennheiser SKM 500 G4 Wireless Handheld Transmitter, No Capsule AW+ (470 to 558 MHz)
  • MZQ1 Microphone Clamp xufazwzbfeyuubbwfbrv
  • 2 x AA Batteries
  • Pouch
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Sennheiser SKM 500 G4 specs

    Modulation Wideband FM
    Frequency Band AW+ (470 to 558 MHz)
    Receiving Frequency Maximum 3520 frequencies, adjustable in 25 MHz steps
    20 frequency banks, each with up to 32 factory-preset channels, no intermodulation
    6 frequency banks with up to 32 programmable channels
    Switching Bandwidth Up to 88 MHz
    Nominal/Peak Deviation ±24 kHz / ±48 kHz
    Frequency Stability ≤ 15 ppm
    RF Output Power Up to 50 mW Switchable:
    Low: Typical 10 mW
    Standard: Typical 30 mW
    High: Typical 50 mW
    Pilot Tone Squelch Can be switched off
    Compander Sennheiser HDX
    AF Frequency Response 80 Hz to 18 kHz
    Signal to Noise Ratio Approximately ≥ 115 dBA (1 mV, peak deviation)
    Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) ≤ 0.9%
    Input Sensitivity Range 48 dB, adjustable in 6 dB steps
    Temperature Range 14 to 131°F (-10 to 55°C)
    Power Supply 2 x AA 1.5 V batteries, or BA 2015 accupack
    Nominal Voltage 3 V battery / 2.4 V rechargeable battery
    Current Consumption At Nominal Voltage: Typical 180 mA
    With Transmitter Switched Off: ≤ 25 μA
    Operating Time Typically 8 hours
    Dimensions (Diam. x L) 2.0 x 10" (50 x 265 mm)
    Weight 16 oz (450 g) including batteries
    Packaging Infoxufazwzbfeyuubbwfbrv
    Package Weight 1.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.9 x 3.3 x 2.9"

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